Suggested by Sonic Little Mac is a strong boxer and he has come a long way. Who would have thought that he would have made the jump from trophy to assist trophy to playable character? The guy certainly has his fans, but at the end of the day he is a little outmatched against Pikachu here. Pikachu has super speed and a very wide range of attack options at his disposal. It will be difficult to Little Mac to land any hits and his defense just isn’t high enough here. Pikachu wins.
Suggested by Sonic Diddy Kong is a tough fighter and rose up up in the tiers for some of the Super Smash Bros games, but he isn’t actually all that powerful when it comes to a 1 on 1 fight. Pikachu easily has the speed advantage here and a few good shots will end the match. The gap in their power is sizable and the same can be said for the difference in speed. No pop gun shots will be able to hit Pikachu and Diddy has no other viable options. Pikachu wins.
Suggested by Sonic The Pokemon Trainer is back and now that she has gotten Charizard back in Ultimate the squad is at full power once more. That being said, I think Pikachu could handle all 3 of her Pokemon. With his speed and type advantage Pikachu would be able to take out Squirtle almost instantly. Charizard will also need to keep his distance and while Ivysaur is a solid fighter, he also isn’t fast enough to keep up. Pikachu is vastly stronger than most Pokemon and only a handful can even hope to keep up with him. He won’t be losing anytime soon. Pikakchu wins.
It’s time for Metagross to return, but now he is up against one of the strongest Pokemon of them all! Pikachu is a fighter and a really good one at that. He’s taken down very powerful opponents like Tyranitar with ease so even Metagross will fall before him. You don’t want to underestimate any Electric Mouse, much less Pikachu. Pikachu will be running rings around Metagross for the duration of the match. Pikachu wins.
Suggested by Destroyer Cup Ramen Man has some pretty neat cards and isn’t a bad duelist. That being said, Pikachu’s speed is on a whole different level. He can run rings around the Cup Ramen Man and that’s the path to victory. It doesn’t matter how many cards the Cup has if he can’t land a hit right? Pikachu has continued to impress over the years and he isn’t done yet. Pikachu wins.
Suggested by Anon The Joker is one of the most popular villains in all of comics. Surprisingly this hasn’t led to a whole lot of power ups, but I guess most people like him for his wit and cunning as opposed to raw power. This means that he won’t stand a chance against good ole Pikachu. Pikachu has incredible super speed and the power within his thunder attacks is legendary. Joker will be lucky to survive even a few hits from this creature. Pikachu is simply out of his league. Pikachu wins.
Pachirisu is a powerful Thunder Pokemon and was effectively one of the many Pikachu ripoffs that was created. It makes sense that the Pokemon games would want to recreate the success of its most powerful Pokemon, but copies can never beat the original. Pikachu’s easily got the combat edge here as he is faster and stronger. A good Volt Tackle should be enough to win this match. Pikachu wins.
Kiva had such a strong start on the blog, but things have been getting very tough for him lately. He’s a strong fighter who can engage in long range or close quarters combat, but you could say the same for Pikachu. Pikachu has super speed and you can’t forget that he also has a lot of power in his Volt Tackle. One good charge and it’s game over for Kiva. Kiva is not yet ready for this level of power. Pikachu wins.
Sting Eucliffe makes his debut onto the blog with this round! Pikachu is an incredibly fast fighter and I’ve spoken about why he is so powerful on many occasions. That being said, I don’t think that he will be able to defeat Sting. Sting has a good amount of speed and strength, which he can amplify when he’s in his aura mode. His energy attacks could potentially take Pikachu out in one hit and since Pikachu’s overwhelming speed advantage is negated here, that really takes a whole lot of the punch out of Pikachu’s moveset. Pikachu may have lost this round, but he’ll be back to fight another day! Sting Eucliffe wins.
Pikachu already took out Falco and now he’s up against his next Smash victim. Ness is an experienced user of the PK arts, but landing a blow against Pikachu will be very difficult. His meteor storm and his focused blast would be able to deal a lot of damage, but Pikachu’s just on a different level thanks to his agility. He won’t be going down this time. Pikachu wins.